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circumstantial. i think it was a big mistake for the judge. we were not trying to prove caylee was dead. we knew she was dead. she was in the trunk, she was in the trunk. >> there is no one brighter on it. it is not pure review. colleagues haven't reviewed it. doctor, bright guy and phd. but he is a research scientist and not a forensic scientist. this was never testified before in a homicide trial. saying we'll execute the young woman for the death of the child based on untested nonpeer review testimony not seen in florida before, and say because of smell avision. i know the smell of death and at the same time prosecution seeking to introduce the jury and smell the can and convict here. and it is not junk science. and in the minority at the table . i have esteemed advocates. but i am comfortable that is not reversible error and the jury can consider it and disregard it. you put it all together. even if it was an error. it would be harmless. others have looked at it. there is peer review. >> i agree . going forward. do we want jurors and judges and prosecutors to say. >> i thought you said it is
done or what? >> i think there are a lot of big problems and we can't ignore it. but the biggest problem is not admit that this country is bankrupt. if you don't admit the true problem you will have the bickering back and forth and will not come up with the answer. when country the size of ours gets to bankruptcy the debt gets default on . adam myth would argue this case . only two ways to default, one through the deflationary process where the debt is lequidating and the other by debasing the currency. it is easier to debase the currency and have the debt liquidated in real terps than allow the bankruptcies to come. we didn't permit the bankruptcies four years ago and the problems got worse and our debt exploded. there are terrible choices and the worse choice is pretending that the bankruptcy is not before us and we don't have to admit the seriousness . problem and address it >> i am amazed at congressman how we sustained the triple a rating for the years. >> who gave it to us? they gave ratings to fannie mae and freddie mac. >> very good point. >> they warn us about the disast
is hard low a government conspiracy. the current system is awful. big corp rages is the only way to get health care . it stifles initiative and anything but the current system. it is not works. a reason why they are not coming up with the exchanges, a lot of the americans don't want it. >> and the states are respond they are saying to the government. look, the way this is going to work. medicaid is going to take on 16 million uninsured and the others are going through the exchanges and so basically medicaid is the halfway house to a single payer system . the states are saying we can't handle the costs. we are cutting back on education and transportation and you know, so that is where you are seeing austerity kicking in at a state level. they have to swallow the cost . i got to tell you, david. it is more federal money to help launch the exchanges meaning more tax dollars. >> the federal government said if we don't have states with the exchanges, we'll step in. the federal government will step in control health care in those states. >> that would be tragic and what would that do to invas
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